COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney did not play against Kentucky on Saturday, and coach Steve Spurrier was not entirely pleased about it. Clowney came to the coaches before the game and said that bruised ribs
UCF’s game last Saturday against No. 12/13 South Carolina drew a 2.2 household rating on ABC, according to an ESPN spokesman, with an average of 3.2 million viewers tuning in to the Knights’ 28-25 loss. By comparison, Purdue-Wisconsin drew
COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina All-American defensive end Jadeveon Clowney did not practice Thursday because of bruised ribs, but is expected to play against Kentucky on Saturday night. Gamecocks defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward says Clowney was held out of
Well it turns out that Steve Spurrier is a better coach than he is a doctor.
1. Limit Mike Davis: Coming into this season, some questioned whether Mike Davis had the ability to be the feature back for South Carolina and fill the big shoes left behind by Marcus Lattimore. Three games into 2013, Davis
UCF has long been promoting itself as a football program on the verge of realizing vast potential.
UCF’s highly-anticipated game against No. 12 South Carolina on Sept. 28 will air nationally on ABC. It is the first time the Knights have ever appeared on network television. The game will kickoff at noon at Bright House Networks
UCF will extend its tailgating time by one hour for the South Carolina game on Sept. 28, opening lots at 7 a.m. Traditionally the parking lots open at 8 a.m. for noon kickoffs. Knights fans had taken to social
Jadeveon Clowney has proven to be nearly unstoppable on the field for South Carolina, so much so that the star defensive end won’t even let impending surgery derail his season in Columbia. Clowney said following South Carolina’s 35-25 win
Oh, he's still ``The Freak,'' his career highlights perfect for a certain soundtrack if Rick James wasn't singing about ``a very kinky girl.'' Jadeveon Clowney remains ample justification for the Jets or Raiders or Jaguars to tank their seasons.